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National Assembly members on Tuesday approved with amendments the 2014 Draft Budget Estimates of revenue and expenditure of the Gambia government for the fiscal year beginning 1st January to 31st December, 2014. The draft estimate was earlier laid
A man who broke his spine when he tried to commit suicide by running head first into a concrete wall while in detention awaiting deportation has lost his High Court damages action. Gambian Amadou Nyang, 39, is now paralysed from the neck down,
The minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Monday presented before National Assembly members the Draft Appropriation Bill, being the estimates of revenues and expenditures of the government of The Gambia for the period 1stJanuary to 31st December
And arguably, investment is the most immediate economic good of a nation' s economy. In essence, all by itself, infrastructural development may not be immediately economical on the nation, but through some inherent factors, it breeds economic growth.
Female Genital Mutilation commonly known as FGM is now becoming more of an issue not only in the United Kingdom, but also in other parts of Europe, especially within the West Africans including the Gambian community. Some argued that it is a
The official commissioning of the nine guard posts for the TSU official is definitely a good example of responsible tourism that creates better places for people to live in, and better places to visit. Erecting the new guard posts for the TSU has
Activities marking the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence are in progress. We add our voice to the calls for a society free from violence against people because of their gender with an a word of encouragement to the activists. As the
Taipei, Nov. 25 (CNA) Foreign Minister David Lin said Monday that The Gambia 's decision to cut ties with Taiwan was linked to the African state's request for more financial aid and expectations that "we could not satisfy."
Taiwan's flexible diplomacy, which the ministry said should continue to be government policy. Foreign Minister David Lin and Samuel Chen, ambassador to The Gambia until last week, will appear before the Legislative Yuan's Foreign and National Defense
Mass Kah, a messenger at the privately-owned Foroyaa newspaper was on November 14, 2013, arrested by police over allegations of denigrating and insulting Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh. Kah was having a discussion with a friend in front of his home